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pēpi

1. (loan) (stative) be a baby, in infancy.

Ko ngā pēpi e whānau ana ia Hepetema, ia Akuhata, i a Hūrae. i a Hune, kaua e whāngaia ki te pātara mehemea e tāea te whāngai tonu ki ngā ū o te kōkā. (TTT 1/10/1927:699). / For babies born every September, August, July, and June, do not bottle feed if they can still be nursed by the mother.

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2. (loan) (noun) baby, infant.

Kaua hei whāngaia te pēpi ki te pātara (TTT 1/10/1927:699). / Don't feed the baby with a bottle.

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Synonyms: kōngahungahu, nohinohi, pēpē

waka pēpi

1. (loan) (noun) pram, pushchair, stroller.

pūoko pēpi

1. (noun) baby monitor .

pūoko = sensor (Te Matatiki, 1996) /

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moenga pēpi

1. (noun) cot (baby).

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